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Myths and Legends
"goat horn" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"I found the story interesting because it obviously frames Inge's refusal to get married as a curse laid upon her, but she just has the worst guy show up to seek her hand. And I'm not a scholar in this, but it seems like a way for the story to have a strong woman as a ruler, while not alienating sensibilities of the time. It plays lip service to the fact that it's a curse and she might not be making her own decisions. Oh, look how evil she is. But I think we'd be hard pressed to find someone today who be willing to marry any of those guys, lose their kingdom, and all personal and political power. It's only when someone she wants to marry comes along, who is able to save her sisters and uncles that the curse breaks. When she would have chosen to marry cigar anyway, it just goes to show that sometimes the things that seem like curses aren't really that at all. And they might take us to some unexpected places. Real quickly, if you're looking for something else to listen to this week, best of the worst is back. It's a fun little twice a week show where we talk about the worst villains in comic book history. This week, yesterday, there was ding dong daddy, a 60s cool cat weapons manufacturer, and Thursday, it's the black tarantula, a sleazy medieval count who found a loophole to living forever. If that sounds interesting, check it out by going to villains LOL or by following the link in the show notes. Once again, that's best of the worst at villains LOL. The creature this week is the Pope lick monster from Kentucky. In the United States. The public monster is a man goat sheep, half man, half goat, half sheep, who, despite the name, does not have any taste for popes. And instead, lives under a trestle bridge over Pope lick creek, near Louisville, Kentucky. Now, the creature is a tall, cloaked, goat horned monster, who either attacks people with a bloody axe or hypnotizes them and lures them onto train tracks, where, if there is a train coming, the option is to either get hit by the train or jump into the shallow creek, like 30 or 40 feet below. It's an urban legend with a few different origin stories. Either it was a circus performer who vowed revenge after being mistreated, and has lived for years under a bridge being mean to random people, a monster who was being transported by a train that crashed or a farmer that was transformed after doing satanic sacrifices. None of those are great, but also when it comes to creatures of the week, none of those are all that surprising. What's most noteworthy about the Pope lick monster is that it has a real life body count. Tragically, since 1984, at least 12 people have been injured. 5 of those people dying because of the legend, with the most recent one being in 2019. Apparently it's very difficult to hear a train coming, there's no room to stay on the tracks next to the train, and the only way to keep from being hit or falling to your death is to hang for like 5 to 7 minutes on a rusty bar. There are some pictures of the track on the site, and some references in the show notes, but it just goes to show. Sometimes our own curiosity or fear can be more dangerous than even a hypnotic and homicidal man goat sheep with a bloody axe. That's it for this week. Myths and legends is by Jason and Carissa weiser. The theme song is by Brooke for free, and the creature of the week music is by Steve combs. There are links to more of the music we used in the show notes. Thank you so much for listening and we'll see you next time.
ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"goat horn" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"Because you got to let a lot of people die before your sample rates high enough, right? So like if I was running Tesla, I'd be like, okay, that's one news story. Now we're at two, three, four, thousand, 10,000. Like Nvidia with a burning power adapters, where they're like, all right, now we've got to figure it out. Now we gotta, now we gotta do something. And then also I wanted to push these sennheiser another brand I used to love. I don't anymore, but there's no way I'm not gonna suggest these, the HD 5 5 9s are 89 bucks. They're 50% off, which is a good deal for those. Very, very good deal. They're open here. Right now. Years and 6 XX sends. 6 X X but they're bad without two bam. That is one thing you should be aware of if you're getting a 6 XX series. Yeah, the 6 XX is in particular higher power requirement. What was going on? You just like the base was weird. But with other two bands. Yeah. Very narrow. Oh, really? Yeah. They just need more juice, right? Yeah, more juice to get the wide soundstage. More pushing, pushing for the pleasure. Pushing out the audio. I can confirm that they're very comfy. They're my favorite daily driver. They're the only headphones that I've lasted me more than a year. Oh, really? Yeah. Yeah, I'll put those in there for sure. I mean, that's to me, that's a really good deal when you start looking at it. You start seeing a lot of these headphones that are creeping up in price. And it's actually been disconcerting because you get something like mine, which are the 300 hour headphones, and now everybody in the Discord seems to have them. But they're like super low power. I think they're 16 ohm or 32, very low. So they can run forever. And then you get somebody who will throw a link up for $400 headphones, and I'm like, dude, most people, most will not notice that difference. And most people aren't looking for that. There's a lot of differences that people don't notice, but say they do. It's like the different wires you can get fucking made out of fucking goat horn go on. Dude, do you remember monster cable? They used to sell monster cable, which was specific HDMIs that were like a hundred bucks, and they'd be like, now there are optic HDMI cables, which are more expensive, but that's not what monster was doing.
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
"goat horn" Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
"It's merriam Webster's word of the day for November 24th. Today's word is cornucopia. Cornucopia is a noun. A cornucopia, also known as a horn of plenty, is a curved, hollow goat's horn or similarly shaped receptacle, such as a horn shaped basket that is overflowing, especially with fruit and vegetables. The image of a cornucopia is commonly used as decoration and as a symbol of abundance. But the word cornucopia today is more often encountered in its metaphorical use, referring to an overflowing abundance or to a seemingly inexhaustible amount of something. Here's the word used in a sentence from Bon Appetit by Maria karanji. When I was 11, I moved to Texas and discovered the cornucopia of packaged options in the chip's isle. I quickly grew fond of salt and vinegar in particular, but I missed the sharp flavors of the snacks I'd eaten in Karachi. The word cornucopia comes from the late Latin words cornu copi, which translates literally as horn of plenty. A traditional staple of feasts, the cornucopia is believed to represent the horn of a goat from Greek mythology. According to legend, it was from this horn, which could be filled with whatever the owner wished, that the God Zeus was fed as an infant by his nurse, the nymph, amalthea. Later, the horn was filled with flowers and fruits and given as a present to Zeus. The filled horn or a receptacle resembling it has long served as a traditional symbol in art and decoration to suggest a store of abundance. The word first appeared in English in the early 16th century. A hundred years later, it developed the figurative sense of an overflowing supply. With your word of the day, I'm Peter sokolovsky. Visit Miriam Webster dot com today for definitions, wordplay, and trending word lookups.
WABE 90.1 FM
"goat horn" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Have a lady that comes and blows a shofar horn. The Jewish goat horn to declare a biblical war on the library, then they have prayer vigils before our board meetings. It's amazing how often you can get threatened with scripture and it's actually quite terrifying, having a millstone tied around your neck and being cast into the sea. If you put the scripture name after it, now it's just like we're just telling you scripture says that this is what could happen to you, so it's not really a threat. Now listen, I don't want to paint with too broad of a brush here, but you know that north Idaho is one of the most conservative places on the map. And by way of context, people may remember the ruby ridge standoff happened not far from where you are in the early 1990s. Did any part of you say, okay, maybe if this is what the people in my community really want. If these are the concerns that they have, maybe I should listen to them. Maybe I should go ahead with what they want and what they're asking. We actually have considered that and we have a very conservative collection and it has never been our intention to step outside of the community that we serve. And in my opinion, in order for this to be about banning books, you would have to have a book in the library. So what this actually became about controlling whose stories get told, what information people are allowed access to. So for me, that was just too far. That's censorship in a scary, scary way. And you consider yourself a Republican or at least somebody with conservative views. Yes, raised in Alaska. Moderate Republican socially. I'm fairly progressive and financially very conservative. Well, the reason I ask that is because I wonder if you have been reflecting on what your role may be. Because of who you are, in this national debate that we've been having. It's not just in north Idaho. This is happening at public libraries and schools all over the country. Peter, that is such a good question and I really have to tell you, I oscillate because this is the first library that I've heard about that actually doesn't have the materials. I just think this is not a Republican issue. This is not a democratic issue. This is actually what does the constitution mean? What is it to be American? And so to me, that means it's a bipartisan issue. So I haven't tried to look at it too much through that quote unquote, political lens. When it's really so much to me about just that control, it's very frightening. Have you considered leaving Idaho because of all this? Yes, that is exactly what we are planning on doing. If we can't be part of something that helps change the atmosphere here, then this is just not a safe place to live anymore. Kimber glidden resigned from the boundary county library and bonners ferry Idaho. That's up near the border and the Panhandle of Idaho kimber, thank you so much for taking the time to tell your story. I appreciate it. Thank you so much, Peter. The Massachusetts man whose story inspired the hit country song I drive your truck has died. 76 year old Paul Monte was a gold star father. His son Jared was killed in Afghanistan in 2006 and not long after Monte began a quest to honor Jared and others who served. It became known as operation flags for vets. It was during an interview with former hero now producer Alex ashlock that he spoke the words that became his legacy. We're going to bring in Alex right now to talk about Paul Monty and the song that he inspired. Welcome. Back to here and now Alex. Thanks for having me, Lisa. So you spent a lot of time with Paul, who died on Friday. You saw him annually at the Massachusetts national cemetery, tell us about him and his son, Jared. Paul Monte came from a really big family of poor family. He was a long time high school science teacher in south snowdon, Massachusetts, everything changed when Jared was killed in Afghanistan in 2006.
The Really Awful Movies Podcast
"goat horn" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast
"And this john gaudy and all his type of crew and the sopranos that kind of New jersey mafia and whatnot. So when you have a setting like this you have the backdrop of mafia but it. Also there's text and subtext and there's a One of the foundation myths that the mafia itself is actually incorporated into one of the ritualistic doings. By this one group. You could say that classic horror story boys lot of trapping thir- common to the full horror genre and you can see this a lot in recent efforts like the ritual which is terrific. Twenty seventeen british movie but a bunch of friends who go hiking in scandinavia had come upon. What have become tropes Ever since the wicker man lots of these tropes have come to the fore when you're talking full core even in the likes of midsummer but less so in that one but you have your sort of yager. Meister type logo masks. We have the goat's horns and that kind of pagan rituals. You have bonfires. you've got to effigies made out of straw typically and you've got ways that you sort of Tip off your Protagonist there somewhere. They shouldn't be. This is part of the courses. Actually something wrong turn did quite a bit and you know ritual. Actually speaking rituals rituals with the capital are a the canadian deliverance with hal. Holbrook can really made use of these kinds of tropes as well so a little bit. Bef- let's get into a little bit of the plot discussion for classic horror story. Will you have is a rideshare program and This guy fab fabrizio. Who's the driver and instead of your typical like uber type vehicle where it's some subcompact or whatever it is. It's actually kind of a camper van..
DSC On Demand
"goat horn" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Yes calls it a business. There's only one guy in the whole business. And he calls it a business solo project. No one else one guy and no one else but he says we he means he in there. Who's the wait. No one the voices in my head now norm macdonald remains the sole occupant right now having passed away in the fourteenth the window. Closing on the twenty third. It's got a text from norm. Like thanks for sending me with some friends. I'm all alone out. Here i keep sending superstars and you passing out. I'm going alone here. Pal very thoughtful. I'm not a thoughtful guy. Oh okay all right well. That will certainly be a comfort to him in his grave. What else do we have all right. There is a fight between a mountain. Grizzly bear up in commodore and grizzly bear. One end of the story. Now that's what usually happens. But in this case they found the dead grizzly bear com on by a savage goats. That is one embarrassing. Lame ass grizzly bear. The put a kick me sign on his back and everybody never mind. Oh i did put a kick me sign us back and everybody and everybody in the goat anyway. Never mind darn it. I love how you write these on during our show rehearses them live on the air. Okay so the goat got the bear. They found deep wounds on the bears armpits and neck consistent with the mountain goats horn. Gee whiz home so in this case the mountain goat got away which doesn't usually happen..
"goat horn" Discussed on The Valleycast
"Roehi. I'm wrong rolling. We're rolling everybody. Welcome to the valley cast. You know. I just want to say right off the bat that we've had our boy kevin here few times now and it's been quite a treat abbey here my bank. You think you fit right in with the boys script up. I think you have and all of this now. the is the confidence is growing. But here's the thing we've always wanted you to be a part of things. Yeah and it was all based on your comfort. Level like everything we've ever thrown onto people in our careers as comedians has all been based on like. What are you comfortable about it right real bitch about it so much fun. It's fun to have you on and honestly people have been enjoying it. Oh about me shitting my pants all. Yeah yeah we're hoping maybe you got some. Because here's the thing man you guys elliott and joe and myself have spoken ad nauseam about all every corner of our memories that we can now and it's it's starting to get like weird for people like me and for for people like uh-huh who make content like this like mike and i when we do dynamic banter shout out one time at that out You know we. We get told by our audience via emails about things that we don't recall ever saying. Oh for sure. And it's a big problem with us because we make analysts pieces of kanda. We've made unless pieces of content and so it's like we really run the gamut of shit that we can talk about and at this point. We're just hoping for new things to happen to us so that we can continue to be even an ounce of interesting but the fact that we have you here a brand new baby boy fresh out of the fucking podcasts womb. We've much trauma we get that it's going to involve. Yeah real life. I've never seen one really everybody's only seen that drawn. Yeah i've seen isn't. It is a core copa. A natural thing or is it just like a woven basket. Go into a cornucopia garden and there's little woven filled with various types of fruits and it just throws right around when i've seen cornucopia 's in real life it seems like i actually assemble them for a county fair. Say i don't know. Do you know the difference between a cornucopia and a concubine. Yes okay tell you what my mom had a just right size for my my dig in it Joe is going to look up. What a cornucopia is. And we'll circle back what i wanted to talk to symbol of plenty consisting of goats horn overflowing flowers honky bore ornamental container shaped like a goat's horns so it looks like for in his but yeah it started out as definitely a goat's horn. Yeah wow because horn of plenty. Everybody does so much more barbaric than it than illustration would have had us. Oh cornucopia corn horn copious copious latin cornu For horn and copious for abundant slow. How there you go and ripped us off a fucking goat. Let's rip it off a goat. Let's hollow it out and put cherry's harry's any barriers and jerry's someone horn full fruit. I don't know if the goat things for thanksgiving gift to give to somebody. I gifted you a cornucopia in the way that our ancestors wants the equivalent modern times to being gifted an edible arrangements. We think that's about it yet. Another mythic or kofi get. Yeah that seems which is also kind of like an or any mayor in an iranian warren men arrangement in another myth the cornucopia was created when heracles the roman hercules wrestled with the ripper. God achey lous activists and ripped off one of his horn. I haven't oculus at home. I use to watch friends anyways. I don't know if it's alm- shaped like goat's horn if was actually using it so i don't wanna say for sure. If it was or not actual goat harvested. Isn't it crazy that all that stuff really happened. like cleese. like fighting river beasts and stuff really half So so yes welcome. I have something to talk about right off the bat me. You seem excited excited. Is maybe the wrong word by so i was invited to yesterday. I was invited to and was invited to yesterday. I was invited to yes. Men in cote came up to me from the dark alley. I can take you to yesterday. You seem like a curious man. Yeah i don't know what i do we should. We should bring that back up later if we could go back to yesterday. What would you change. Let's wait on now. don't forget it. Okay i got an i'm running. It got it so my friend invited me to and this is something that she'd been suggesting for for a bit that we go to an animal shelter. And just kinda like. I've done that poem animals. Just kinda see some beebees. Yeah you'll feel for what's up tone in the world. Serotonin a little bit of interest though. Because you might fall in love i mean and that's that's the real rub in that when you go to a place like that. I mean that was the the overwhelming feeling. I had entering the place. But once i had like walked around a little bit started to dawn on me that it is quite depressing Place because you want to save them from because you want to save every single one of them. And i was like man. Isn't it weird. That i feel a little bit sadder here than at any funeral. I've ever been to walk. How fell more somber to me because it was like. Certainly there is pretty calm. Chill whatever everybody's got a dog they want or they want the little pep right and they certainly have the gamut of personality types but So it feels to me like you know they're not all gonna be euthanized but some of them certainly are and that's the hard truth of this society this world we live in and i didn't expect.
The Bible Binge
"goat horn" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"It was just like here trees so a lot of times. Therefore for over forty instances in the old testament when you see treason it actually means a sheer as polls interest. That's crazy yeah. So archaelogy and then. We have archaeological discoveries from the late nineteen seventies. The eighties have further indicated. That really over a long time according to some israelites. Y'all way ashir were worshipped as a pair so is this an example of like God says hey you get to have one wife. And then david i'm gonna have eighteen wives or sahlins like i'm gonna have a hundred wives. So where gods you worship. Only when god it's me and israel like cool cool but we also like her. So it's it would not have been. It would have been disobedient absolutely. Is you worship. Absolutely ashira is she. It's not like a. Oh god has a secret wife. It's like oh no. We borrowed this god from all these other places and we we kinda like co opted. Her as gossiping. You're saying i can't not right. The fan fiction. Of god's secret one absolutely not not allowed no. They were not allowed okay. Let's move onto trumpets and jars So you're right jamie. This is our show far. It's aram sworn it was i used. I am sad to lose. Louis armstrong from mel good news. 'cause there's something fun coming okay. It was used in exodus right after the deliverance from egypt. The first time and there is another different word for another type of trumpet in scripture but this particular trumpet is a show far. This was a so the show. Far is curved. ram's horn and it has like a little silver mouthpiece. At the end this is a different kind of trumpet and it's a straight goat's horn. Not as fancy but it would like. It's like is like the tenor intersection in the trumpet. Section does is but it looks like a booze ayla kind of deal. Yes and chilly. Yes you can call it. If you want to thank you. I think i will. And then let's talk about the jars and the torches so you're right jamie you're you're military man. This is going really well. Eleven right a lot. Hypothesis is going to act. The midnight saw the three hundred torches. And what this was was they. Were clay storage jars. They had oils in them. And the torches were either sticks with rags soaked in oil or stocks of grain. Attach the sticks dixon. So the idea was that you would keep your torch jar until you wanted to be seen and then you would take them offers. So you're hiding your light under a jar binga. Yeah got it. And then they saw the three hundred torches assumed. There are many more shoulders and they ran away. And would you tell the audience what you wrote in your actual review. I just said that they shot the bed the love it probably happened. That's what they were like. Oh we which is crazy. They shouldn't have. they should have been like. Oh no it's just three hundred. We got this but they can see in the dr. They were having this panic attack. That limitless. that is a fun. Detail of ancient armies is The second things got weird they would run via yes. That's my vibe okay. So and then our last for the regular general rebuke this is. Let's talk about earrings so we actually see these earrings pop up in a few places in the actually have a spiritual religious significance. Gods and goddesses were often portrayed as wearing earrings and so this became a way to link the worshiper and the worship. So what i'm going to ask you to imagine is that earrings are the ancient. What would jesus do bracelet home. So appears ear was like a symbol of ownership and it was saved and insert was seen and enslaved people as well as the religious..
The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"goat horn" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"Are you know a little bit more exotic feeling and so it's kind of and not necessarily used for anything particularly important in the real world so i think it's it's interesting to balance how they would be used by players I honestly think. I'm i'm gonna withhold my judgment on goats though until we know what goat horns do assuming. They're still included in point eighteen. And they're on the slate as a feature because golo inc for the glow quit. Didn't seem all that great until the eleventh hour. And now i think it rules. I think it justifies the existence of the squid for my drops perspective. So i think. I'm i'm withholding my judgement on goats until they are a more complete feature. How would you feel about different functionality. Being brought in two previous animals like if in a future update like the animal update. You know maybe they give extra functions to cows or pigs or other existing animals game llamas for example yes see. I honestly think cows already do enough begins. They provide one of the best food sources for survival players and also leather which is a fairly important resource for enchanting setups. Item frames everything else. You end up using level. So i don't think i think farm farm animal. Wise cameras are much more useful than the other ones Sheep obviously give us wooller pretty useful building block. Required for beds carpets. All of that other stuff Pigs of the out here. The right put the points of a pig used to be a food source that similarly good as beef is but you don't get leather from pigs and then you could write a pig back. Winnipeg was the only thing you could ride. Since then we have. Horses mine celts. Light tra- so many different means of travel And so nobody really rides a pig anymore except for fun and even then it's not fun so i think yeah. I think the humble pig could do with a bit of a glow up And i think. I've heard people suggest the pulse that pigs should be able to either locate or just dig up mushrooms in in mirroring the way that they will use to hunt for truffles in real life and brief saipa does a nicholas cage movie coming out in which he is a guy who hunts for truffles for the restaurant industry with pig and the pig in the trailers at least is like stolen by somebody. And he's like ambushed in the pig pig napped and it looks like jon wake with a pig instead of a dog. It's it's look up the trailer after the show. I'm telling you this is not like a man a back door pilot for my nicholas cage movie podcast because lord knows there are enough of them already but this the trailer for this thing is wild. And i don't think it's quite the movie they are putting in across to be it..
The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"goat horn" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"Fan being limited so there's the so many different things to which the mob it self would be such a you know a a useful thing if it had some kind of built in attack feature which goats do So yeah i think goat saw worth it on their own for the ramming mechanic. I think that's the thing that distinguishes them from other mobs like llamas And i find the prospect of writing. Them could add a lot of depth to the game. It might be difficult to implement and mojo might not necessarily see the value in another mope. That people aren't going to write all that much. But i think if you add in the ability for players to control its behavior in terms of the ramming stuff then. Yeah i see that being said that being quite fun. I also like the idea of maybe of having some variants with the screaming goats where they are harder to control somehow so if you end up with a screaming goat they end up being a little bit more volatile and having more of like a a mind of their own considering that they're the more aggressive ones in the first place I i'm wondering about the goat horn and what purpose that may hold and something about this email. Maybe think i wonder if they they mentioned the go horn being able to use to like speedy. Go top have it run even faster. I like the idea of even if you're not writing the goat necessarily blowing the goat horn and then all of the goats in the area ended up ramming something like it. Triggers the ramming behavior That that being almost like a a kind of cool tombs for the goats would be would be kind of fun. And i think maybe holding out for what purpose goat horns have might see a few more people understanding why goats are in the game as of one point eighteen. Whatever they've got in mind those. I'm hoping that it's something that justifies the existence of the go-to little bit more. If writing introduced. I like the idea of being able to control the ramming ability. And even maybe give it like a cool down is reminds me of dash abilities that you have in games like minecraft engines. Yes certain amount of time before you have to turn it down. And i'm thinking all the mini games like a hungry hungry hippo like you to players on a on a field of zombies in the first player to rambaldi zombies off the cliff. Wins you know or or two players ramming into each other like if you could use a shield while you're on the back of a goat and as long as you use the shield before you hit whatever you're going into depending on the you know the damage that goat is doing like the first player that has a broken shield loses the match. It could be a lot of really really fun stuff yeah. I don't think there are enough mechanics in the game when it comes to transport that allow for variable speed and like mine cuts. You can do a couple of things with powered rails and yes spacing out powered rails to guarantee the plays a travelling a certain speed. You can make a pig caused by boosting it with a carrot on the stick and you can make a strata faster by boosting with a wolf fungus on a stake but the whole is that pretty much always. Traveling at the same speed player has a couple of different. You know you go sprint and sneak speeds and so forth but for the most part you are always traveling at a fixed speed just based on the stats of whatever it is. You're writing or the environment that you're writing in. And i would love there to be some sort of mechanic. Fa- goats where they would move at a decent clip. But then yeah you could. You could spur them on a speed them up and and caused them to sprint..
The Tony Kornheiser Show
"goat horn" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"She plays in. Brian windhorst instead of our nba preview nba playoff preview or nba playoff review. Or something like that. The thing brian that that stands out to me is that all four teams that are still alive. Clinched the next round on an away court. I maybe that's been done before. I don't i don't know. I don't know that statistically it matters but i found it really remarkable and i think the first question to ask you and i hope you agree with me and if not we'll just move on to a different part of the interview. What was the most like surprising result to you in the second round. I like to say atlanta Because obviously the nets were upset but they but they had injuries yes oh atlanta atlanta is number five seat yes and atlanta is a team that has very little playoff experience. I don't think any of their starters have appreciable playoff experience and they go into philadelphia in game seven and their star player. Trae young shoots five of twenty three terrible game. Yeah we could argue who their second best player is but i think bogdonovich is argument. He gets he's got a bomb. Lake shoots two of eight and shuts it down. The second half can't finish and they win that game That is a You know that's an all time. I remember like in two thousand sixteen when the cavs one game seven of the finals in golden state teams on the road in game seven. We're and we're like a a ten ten or twelve percent all time. It was almost overwhelmingly sense that time. We've seen a handful of this happen. But the bizarre circumstances of atlanta pulling this out by the way. They've won five wrote games in the playoffs. This is a huge number for any team in history in two rounds for a team that has no playoff. experience It they amazing number. So i have to say they are in what's been a year of surprises. They are a leading surprise. Right now. good. We agree on that and that allows me to just go in the in the order that i prepared these questions because the next question is poor doc doc. Rivers loses in game seven all the time all the time. Sometimes he's been up three one and loses in game seven but he loses in game seven all the time. What does it mean would they fire. Doc rivers fired. Brian brown was that his name. Would they fire doc rivers. It's but bad week. For doc rivers tony. You know earlier this week tyron lou. Gets you know the sixers or the clippers in this remarkable comeback and. What's everybody if the clipper lan saying. Well last year they got three one and you know. Let go of the rope and completely made no adjustments and this year tight luther everything in the kitchen sink and it worked and they advance boy. Are they glad they have tyler which is code for. Aren't they glad they got rid of dock and then this happens and the thing about it is. I realized that joel embiid was Limited because of that need but if you watched him play he was playing it up very high level and so there is no excuse And you know just you're straight exit knows standpoint Tobias harrison. Seth curry are two. Very good place. Are they going to be hall of famers. No but they're very good players. And in the last round against the wizards when joel went down. Doc went to those two guys and said we're going to run a two gig. 'cause he couldn't go to ben simmons right so he goes to those two guys and they were great. They carried them out of that series. Not that washington was destined for greatness. The washington did win game four and having hopes of a comeback and it was almost like he forgot that those players were in the playbook. We're watching this team. Come down the stretch of a game seven and he's running nothing for them and i'm wondering tony. What's he doing these time outs. It's not quite as bad as the mike. Good holzer timeout. That will he. He was saved from goat horns for a long time by kevin durant being one inch inside the three point line. because that's right to your brook. Lopez came out of a timeout. Without knowing that there was only two seconds on the shot clock which i absolutely cannot believe and that will be lost history. And those guys are damn lucky. But that's digression as i'm watching this game go down. I'm like what about your other. Your other guys. Who got you the number one see. They didn't get simple and see just going to joel embiid. And that's what happened last year in the in the bubble when the clippers were just melting out there. You're like why won't they do something and you got the same sensation. Why won't the sixers do something. Why won't they fight. Why is there nothing coming and you know. What are you gonna say. Doc rivers was the sideline both arms. So you can't fire the gm. Because he got the after doc and he didn't put the team together and i'm not saying fire dog. 'cause i like talk. Everybody likes doc so now. It's all landed on ben. Simmons and ben simmons now everybody wants to trade immediately. Well you're not gonna get anything for ben simmons near what. Ben simmons is worth. If ben simmons could go to a psychologist if he could learn how to shoot foul shots if he could shoot seventy percent from the line. All of this goes away because then he's not reluctant in the fourth quarter to take any shots. He's a useless player on offense in the fourth quarter. And you can't have that right not in the playoffs. I mean i. I'd like to say to you. The useless is too strong of a word. But i don't think you're wrong And so you you you sum up there conundrum. perfectly ben. Simmons could be treated absolutely. I think if they put them in the market they would get off. There's a bunch of teams who really want him but the ever the not what he's worth right or not paying the premium and the reason they not paying the premiums. Because yeah if i'm in fourteenth place ben simmons he may help me get to be a fifth-place team and now i'm worth paying for but he's not gonna get to be a first place team and so i so it's a conundrum. And here's what makes my might break the conundrum joel. Embiid is due for contract extension. This summer he is qualified to sign what they call the supermax five years..
Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"goat horn" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Though there was three mile an engine opel right right so just because we're as a disaster or two doesn't meaning to end though the whole thing although you know these bureaucrats all their sins and their evil. They're right that have public sentiment gets crazy than the facts yet matter anymore. Yeah you just don't don't let a corrupt chinese dictatorship do this sort of in a research. The problem is that that's where these viruses come from. China from the bat caves in china. I'm glad batman and robin bats. I'm glad vanity fair on earth this because it all now makes sense to me this. This fits in with human nature to me because the idea that anthony pfau chief for some reason is in bed with the chinese or it was just purely a financial motive or something like just never fit to me but the idea that this is something you really believe is important for the world and You know there might be a story out there. That's gonna hurt the thing you care about the most. That's human nature to try to cover that up. Yeah here's a little more fleshing out of something we all heard about you remember. Those researchers just came out that got sick in october of twenty nine thousand nine or was it november all bub-bubba the automobile call it the auto and ninety dollars tober some reports say of nineteen right. Here's a little more flesh on that bone. There is a small group within the state department's arms control and compliance bureau. That had been studying the institute for months. The group had recently acquired classified intelligence suggesting that three wuhan institute. Researchers conducting gain of function experiments on corona virus samples had fallen ill in the autumn of two thousand nine hundred before the covid. Nineteen outbreak was known of started. Okay so our state department gets that classified intelligence as officials at the meeting discussed what they could share with the public. They were advised by christopher park. Who you're going to see in front of the senate soon. I hope the director of the state department's biological policy staff in the bureau of these things have long names. The they were advised by this. Christopher park not to say anything that would point to the. Us government's own role in gain of function research according to documents obtained by vanity fair some of the attendees were absolutely floored said an official familiar with the proceedings that someone in the us government could quote. Make an argument that is so nakedly against transparency in light of the unfolding catastrophe was shocking and disturbing. Yeah well if if all your funding is going to dry up if word gets out that there are these risks to gain of function research. Yeah people do things. I got a buddy who works in getting funding for an organization full of craziness yet that getting funding from either government. Or you know rich. People is just full of lies and deceit and park who had been involved in lifting a us government moratorium on funding for gain of function. Research was not the only official warn the state department investigators against digging insensitive places. As the group probed the lab leak scenario other possibilities its members repeatedly advised not to open up. Pandora's box said four former state department officials. The admonition smelled like a cover-ups thomas. Donahue and i wasn't going to be part of it now. This christopher guy vanity fair reached him and he said. I'm skeptical that people genuinely felt there being discouraged from presenting facts. He added that he was simply arguing. That it is quote making an enormous and unjustified leap to suggest that research of that kind meant that something untoward is going on that. Denial is not a denial. It's not even close within a million mile. I think we now know the story. I think it's now out and known all the pieces are there. Congress will do an investigation. And you'll get people under oath in the all have names and faces for all this stuff but It's it's now known why and how it was covered up. I think i'm trying to wanna mulling around in my mind is will there be forces that will continue to try to cover this up and will the biden administration and democrats in congress. Cooperate with them or will they go after them. The democratic party famously is the party of the pure permanent bureaucracy in washington. I think cinnamon is turned on this. I think you're right. I think everybody's gonna band together and trying to put the goat's horns on these people for the death. Some millions and and ladies and gentlemen. I would remind you that millions of have died and are dying because the chinese government with the assistance i believe of factions within our government covered up the truth to cover their own asses and that let the virus escape around the world. There are millions of deaths that can be laid at the feet of these people. This is not a joke This just in to arraigning worships reportedly rounded the cape of good hope and appear to be Be beginning the atlantic crossing and atlantic crossing for the first time in history rain worships crossing the atlantic. I hope they don't catch fire and sink to the bottom of the sea. I don't know what kind of show of force that is but anyway Got a serial pooper out there. That has been caught. Thank god And why is the fbi trying to force the usa today to give them the names of everyone who read a certain article. What does that sound crazy..
The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"goat horn" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"Seventeen and priorities because we can assume that the day is going to arrive relatively soon. I know joel. You've been working in your snapshot weld. But i was wondering like casting minds food a little bit what we can expect to do once our long-term welds update or if we start a new world Full this update. What are you gonna race out and find. Because personally i think it seems clear that they're focusing on blocks in mobs as the highlights of part one of caves and cliffs and The mobs honestly of much interest to me. I don't know about you joel. I don't see them having a great deal of long term benefits aesthetically. I think all of these very cool. We got the glow squid the accidental and the goat but the accidental seems. Fun and cute. But when i've been playing with them testing them Super practical unless you wanna make a fish farmer squid fom using them maybe but for you know rating guardian foams and writing ocean monuments. Rather you can take them with you. A bunch of the might die in the process. And then you can't take them with you on land so you put them in a bucket and then they just you know taking up in space the way buckets of water. Do i find the glow. Squids drops are useful for visual tweaks. But not a whole lot else and the goats ramming behavior is fun. But i think it's gonna take a long time to breathe isolate those screaming goats and in the meantime it looks like we're not getting goat horns until two so for me blocks really taking priority which goes hand in hand with the video. They published this week about all of the adding and it seems like the adding more blocks in this update than they had in the nether updates and this is also true by the way if you remove the slab instead varian since in case you think culture and deep slater kind of artificially increasing this by having a bunch of variance if you remove the slabs and says from the nether updates if you take.
BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast
"goat horn" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast
"That's not a farm animal Around eight thousand in the country that has now known today as iran In agent sumerian and babylonian goats were sacred more so as it related to the gods marzouk ending gear sue and speaking of babylonian culture. The scapegoat concept comes to us. Inform of a ritual you see. The scapegoat is one of two kid. Kids two kid goats one goat would Be sacrificed for the living. Goat would be considered the scapegoat which was released into the wild carrying with all the sins and impurities of the community. Wow i had no idea okay. I love it in ancient egypt. The god oh. Cyrus sometimes appeared in the form of go in greek mythology. The gods zeus was fed. The milk of the goat called a mafia in honor of all of the goat horn was considered a symbol a symbol of fertility and abundance Additionally in ancient greece the skin of the goat was thought to be protected protective miraculous. The skin tone for like clothing and stuff like the far never might not. Just that's like the land. In chinese tradition. There's a goat spirit. Called using ching. Which is the god of what is translated to the she star fan. So i don't know what that means. But that's what i got off the internet fascinating whether that is this spirit is said to appear with a white face horns long beard and traditional headdress. Yoenis like me yeah. Young chinga set to protect people from wild animals in his honor. During the year of the goat oh awesome also in some chinese communities goats are often associated with the god of lightning so kind of speaking of lightning but actually in this case thunder the norse god of thunder. Thor is said to have a chariot that has pulled by two goats and at night. Thor will eat the meat off the goats careful to leave all the bones hole then wraps the bones up on to see the goats revived in the morning so they can continue pulling his chariot while gets to have his goat in either to her interesting how he makes sure not to touch the bones. Isn't it easy. You just eat the meat bones or fine or is he like that much of a ragged goats were very important not only it comes to worship but also as it comes to the economy and food goats were often uses currency which resulted in an abundance of food obviously oh sure goat's milk and meat have been a staple of the mediterranean diet since ancient times Not only were used for sustenance but the skins of the animals were also used for clothing canteens for liquid and in some cultures were even used to make parchment. Oh cool and then one last thing. I kind of want to touch in his. How goat became to be known as evil and more so became associated with sin in what i found most people theorize that it was due to pagan gods such as penn who took form of a seder When pagans were forced to become christians such creatures were looked upon his evil to add to that we have to look at the jewish holiday holiday. Yom kippur also known as the day of atonement The practice that i talked about in the scapegoat. is actually the ritual that has tradit- traditionally practice during yom kippur. Oh really yeah okay. I'll let you said holiday if i The goat that was released into the wild was supposed to represent evil or the epitome of evil satan. Additionally in the bible there is a mention of jesus stating that he will separate the nation's the sheep on the right and the goats on the left which took literally as for one of the more famous goats bafflement often associated with satanism..
"goat horn" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!
"It didn't really provide like me like the which they because conan these you know his sword but right now one particular sword in general The the goat horned one. You know email out. His sword like the savage sword. His dad like i would call that a lesser mcgovern in this movie but the mask was definitely v. Primary boom drove the plot. The plot was centered around that and it was all about you know together but on the mask. Yeah ugly. Yeah it was very hideous mask i i would not to put that on now Yes oh something interesting here is that i believe in the In the eighty two guys J- just to add to to the san here. I have not seen the two films since. Like oh four. Maybe oh five okay. Let's been a long time since i've seen the original conan movie loan if it had think about how long has been you mean. Both that was. I watched my dad as well Oh mom didn't know okay. It was one of those you know. Yeah it's like don't tell your mother. Yeah that was interesting. Because i like that was like the one. The only time. I've ever seen james earl jones as a villain man like this is Voice like that can do anything. But i yeah i think. His origin in the eighty two was different from origin in here. And i believe in. This is me just pulling from my own experience in what i felt in those moments versus like an compared to. I felt in this moment watching this movie. This felt like a movie where he was having fun with the lore but it wasn't particularly religious to it was it was making. Its own stuff along the same line as pooling loosely stuff from the original pages. So i think he was very mixed if not more loosely based on conan in rather than hard factor religiously based on anything canonical and now. I think that the eight if that could be so boat. I think that the eighty two does the same thing. Because i think that with conan because he does have so much history behind him. There's a lot of interpretations in probably different things to poor from. I'm assuming i.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"goat horn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Dropping a sure touchdown pass what would have been a 40 yard touchdown pass? As the Bears trailed seven to nothing in the first quarter that right there may have been the play of the game and unfortunately for Japan wins he. Where's the goat horns on that, when the goat horns, not the goat with a goat horns and that one because Man, Howard. I don't know. Maybe you can. Maybe it's you know, tell folks what it's like when you know that your coach your clear offensive coordinator. The play designer has drawn one up. And he's been waiting to pull it out at the right moment all season long, and there's no doubt that Matt Maggie knew he had something he really liked. He had a feeling that an aggressive Saints defense would be more than willing to bite. I'm the reverse action that he was setting up only to have the throwback to traverse City And then a wide, open driven winds. And you just you can't you can't drop that one? No, no To me, Would it really signals is The lack of confidence in your hands. Because that's the ball that you should attack in the air with your hands and go get it as you're running in stride, not trying to let it get into your body and try to catch it in the stomach and cradle it. You have had a confidence in your hands to be a bit, pluck it out the air, but a lot of times when you see players catch the ball like that. There's a lack of confidence in what they believe they can do with their hands. There's no doubt about it. That's the expert analysis right there from former NFL champion two time medical champion Howard Griffith. I'm Jeff Miller. Here on the Miller Lite Bears postgame show. We're taking your calls 3123323776. The bear season is officially over disappointing loss in New Orleans. 21 to 9, A zit was saying when we began the show was really 21 23 with a touchdown on the final play of the game by Jimmy Graham. That really didn't mean anything at all at that point, but we're letting you talk right now, before we bring in Matt Maggie. Um and we hear from him. Let's go to Dave, who is in Huntsville, Alabama. Hey, Dave, Go ahead. You're on the postgame show, my man. It is. Hey, hey, if I was a half hall last week, and I was just saying, and I know we weren't gonna do this, But I was just saying how we had to have Nick Foles play because once again, travesty can only throw five yards out five yards, plants and the things we're all on top of that all on top of that. Okay. Now, once again, Williams, you know him dropping the ball. Sure, Tradition feel good pass, But after that nothing downfield was going. That's all we're saying, and I knew it wasn't gonna happen. But Foles can see the whole field he can read defense is that I don't know how many times they said that too Busy was only looking at two receivers on one side of the field, so we limit ourselves. I know we've been on the good role, but once again we're not playing the 32nd 31st ring defense. Okay, we playing big time football. So we needed to have the big time quarterback in there, So I'm glad we didn't mean Hey, we didn't win, but hopefully now we could stop all this talk about bringing Mr back. Hey, we've got to move forward. All right, Thanks, fellas. Hey, thanks days, but you better believe Mitch is coming back. I think this isn't going anywhere. I mean, who you gonna get? I mean, I don't think they're gonna hitch their wagon and next week bulls at this moment, either, So I think you're gonna have both those quarterbacks back. And fighting it out in training camp to see who's ultimately going to be the starter. Yeah, I avoid it. I think you may be right, Howard, especially when you look at the way the free agency works. And if you know, assuming Ryan Pace is brought back, I don't know what their appetite is that we talked about it numerous times. Now the lowering of a salary cap. I'd be fine if they let Mitch walk. It could be good. But the truth is, if they're prepared to do that, as well, then I write sincerely hope that they were willing to find a new general manager then because The Ryan Pace is now over three. Really on his quarterbacks, elections. He signed Mike Lennon Toe Big Deal. Big free Agent deal and within four games, you know he was moving to his draft pick, missed Robiskie. And we've let that play out. And clearly Mitch. While he has talent, you know you, really You struggled to beat really good teams of mystery whiskey. That's kind of his limitations. And then he tried to fix that bribery and Nick Foles at this point. Ryan Pace, You know, he's done some nice things in the draft for, you know, on the defense he's had. He's had some nice finds, with Darnell Mooney and Cole commit looks like a good player. Good, good player. And now if you want, I got a silly penalty. The one he was flagged for, like that's probably the closest to You know the unsportsman like that he was flagged for where he kind of tossed the ball in the direction of the state's player that ultimately and like, you know, officials hands he was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct. Now, if there's taking tech follow that the Bears got called for. That was probably the one that was completely like you could have looked the other way if you wanted to. But hey, You also gotta understand do that If you're gonna let your emotions get the best of you, and you're going to do something silly, there's a chance that you're going to allow a referee referee to interpret it as you taunting the other team, And that's exactly what happened. Nevertheless, though, I've been, you know, fairly happy with his production, and so Ryan Pace has some good things on his resume. But you can't keep swinging and missing at the quarterback position. And so if Mitch is not brought back, they cannot bring back Ryan Pace to selected fourth quarter back in my opinion, Well, I think that's fair. But but I think if you don't bring mixed back our think you have to do organizations that took out what they want to do. Is this a rebuild? Or is this you know we're gonna We think we're closed. What does the organization believe? So if they believe they're close, you know they're going to continue to try toe acquire free agents that are gonna be able to help them. But if you mentioned with the cap going down It's a little bit of a problem in some little bit of a problem and even moving forward because if you look at it if we look at it from a general manager standpoint, I mean the general managers want gonna want to come in and be able to bring his people in and be able Torus coach And I think that's just one of the things that the Bears, you know, have to evaluate as they continue to go through this process. That's why now for a few weeks now, I've been saying that that I think they're all gonna be on a one year. Deal. Yeah, you know, then you go ahead and say, OK, let's give him one more shot at this thing, and then you go from there, but I think if you're going to talk about rebuilding Trying to rebuild this organization. You're gonna have to let the general manager that you bring in here be able to pick his people. And that goes all the way down to the front office Folks, head coach and also the quarterback, so they're gonna be on his roster. We shall see if the Bears management George McCaskey, Virginia McCaskey have the appetite to do that. Let's go to Edison Park and say Good evening to John. Hey, John, you're on the Bears Close game show with Howard Griffith and Jeff Miller. What's up, man? Gonna comment about something, but I want to comment. Who knows this much even want to come back to this team. I mean, he's a free agent who knows they might want to change for himself. You know, they turned his back on him. He might say, See you later go somewhere else, but also the game was won on the Her down inability for the bears to convert on third down and the inability to get off the field. They went 70% on third downs. I think it was like 12 for 17 something like that. That's where the game is won. The pairs were horrible and third down, and the Saints were incredible. On third down, That's where the game was won and lost right there. John. Thanks for that. I'm glad you brought up a third down situation because ultimately they were one of 10 in third down the Chicago Bears with saints were 11 of 17. And the other thing that was kind of shocking. It was actually trending last week Now they ended up running 49 all sense of place. But I would say you know what 67 of them came late. I mean, this is a team. I mean, it was like 39 or 40 play offensive plays they had run, but that's a direct relation to not be able not being able to convert on third down..
The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"goat horn" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"I just like the emails highlighting the the g- the good work that has been done better as well. You know like Specifically i know that you and i have pointed out a number of times over the year when bedrock has made changes that affect things like accessibility Volume sliders things that make it easier for players to play the game the way that they want to or the way that they have to and i and i think that i i think that's important. That and those are being focused on as well. They're not the it's not the highlight. Reel like you're not necessarily going to get a great big player base hurrah for like you know accessibility changes. But they're important and they're it's good work you know as opposed to like new blocks or new mechanics and things like that at those always get like the the the headlines. Yeah i still think the standout thing. I would like to be added to better condition is subtitles. Which are an accessibility feature in volume slider fantastic. But i would really like to be able to have what i have in java edition which is knowing which direction sounds coming from. It's kinda different it. It's difficult to concentrate on when you're recording or streaming. Something and i tend to find the helps both my audience and me To kind of make sense of the audio landscape of minecraft when especially when you're underground and looking for caves that can just be so many noises coming from so many different places it just kind of helps you understand all of that stuff. Moving on to the next email we have One from n five eighteen goat horns and villager interactions. Hey picks and joel. I recently built a villager trading hall in my survival world and had a tough time getting the villagers to go where i wanted them. Surprise surprise Although rails are how most people transport villagers getting enough iron can be difficult in the early game..
Religious Resistance to Quarantine
"I'm frankly getting kind of tired of of the whole stay at home and shelter in place and we all are. This is one of those things where we need to. Just buck up and deal with it. It sucks but it's important to make sure that people don't needlessly die because right now people are needlessly dying and there are some people who are not willing to buck up and deal with it such as a local ammon Bundy who you may recall from the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. A few years back. He led an armed insurrection against the United States government. Seizing Federal Land and destroying any artifacts and has his. Most recent thing was a defiant Easter gathering near his home in Emmett Idaho where he was hoping to get a thousand people. Together in. Defiance of the governor's shelter in place order. Yeah he was hoping to get one thousand people you WANNA guess with. The real count was sixty. Yeah he got sixty people. He also didn't run out a big space research. Nope just used a warehouse that he owns on the edge of town out of these sixty people about half when asked by. Diego Rodriguez a pastor who spoke at the event when he asked who was from out of state but half rose their hands after the event or before even During the event the people were hugging and shaking hands. Nobody wore masks or any other protective gear. There were tons of most of the vehicles. There were pickups. A LOT OF THEM HAD AMERICAN. Flags mounted some had bumper stickers promoting the three percenters militia and somebody at the entrance blow a show far which is a horn made from a horn that you blow that is actually a type of Goat Horn. It is at least loosely based on a old Jewish horn talked about in the Bible but has been taken over by Christians especially the Jews for Jesus and Masonic Jewish groups and now the Patriot movement. Which has a anti-federal movement that seeks to overthrow the federal government and replace it with a libertarian theocracy? Which of course it would be a complete oxymoron. The the pastor there the event He did say during it Quote they'll speak all manner of evil against you. They'll say that you were just trying to bring attention to yourself. They say they'll say that you are trying to destroy other people's freedoms because if you go outside and you breathe someone might die. Yes they are ammon. Bundy was just trying to bring attention to himself. The people gathering are just trying to bring attention to themselves. They have been promoting themselves in as an anti federal movement. They are actively opposing. The state government and Idaho has one of the most conservative state governments out there. One of the most liber- Libertarian state. Governments out there. And they're opposing it too so no they they are just anti-government and anybody who's truly anti-government doesn't get it like even anarchists. Some kind of government. I don't know what they're really hoping to replace the government with but obviously it's not just getting rid of the central government man. It's pretty crazy One thing that the Bundy said at the event was I think it's bad enough and our rights are infringed upon enough will physically stand in defence in whatever way we need to. I believe that is specifically what Governor Brad. Little was talking about with a hose shelter in place order when he said that he doesn't want to have to enforce it but he has activated the National Guard and will use it if he needs to. They're bringing people from out of state and outside of the little town of Emmett to an event with more than ten people to potentially spread Govett. Nineteen either from Idaho to these other states or from these other states and to the town of 'em and win. The governor threatened the use of the National Guard. That was I know. At least I interpreted as stopping travel across regions like stopping people needlessly traveling from state from out of state to say a fucking Easter event in Im- it. It's not like they're going to be having the immaturity festival this year. Kentucky has mandatory shelter. Kentucky has a similar shelter in place and advance of Easter actually two days before Easter. Good Friday governor. Andy Bashir warned that anybody who violated the stay at home order on Easter knowing that there were numerous churches threatening to ignore the order also acknowledging that while most churches and every single synagogue and mosque in the state at shut down for this time there were some that weren't and he said that anybody who went to one of them would be subject to a fourteen day mandatory self corn team with police recording license plates and sending health officials to in person place all of these people and their households on quarantine. What actually happened ended up being at least that one church Maysville baptist. Church had a full house. At least it looked like it from the parking lot Which As a general rule of thumb churches considered full when the parking lot is eighty percent full. That's when people start. Stop showing up and just drive by so yeah. If it appeared to be near near full house it was full and that was despite a heavy police presence and even some nails blocking the parking lot entrances a church member who arrived beforehand Remove the piles of of nails and they ignored. The police warnings and signs and then they police went. Oh and some people even covered up license points To make us so the police wouldn't be able to record their license plate numbers so then. The police took down license plates when they could and the numbers when they couldn't and again everyone who attended lease. Let me phrase it. The owners of the vehicles that were in the parking lot during the event and everyone else living at their address are now quarantined for fourteen days. How fucking selfish can you get like if you can? You can hope that. In each of those cases everyone in the household attended And you didn't have. People need needlessly getting quarantined. Or at least everybody's getting quarantine due to no fault of their own but that's not likely with the Baptist Church but if there was anybody in attendance who had a roommate who is a devout Christian. Yeah that sucks. You need to pick your pick your roommates better. If you're in that situation and in Virginia Bishop Gerald Glenn of Richmond's new deliverance Evangelistic Church said at one of his. Actually I believe is that his last service he attended on March twenty second quote. I firmly believe that God is larger than the dreaded virus. You can quote me on that. He happily announced that he was being controversial violating safety rules at way more than ten people in attendance and then he was diagnosed with Kovic nineteen and has now died his wife's also sick with over nineteen and according to their daughter early on her father dismissed his symptoms because he has some other health condition that often leads to fevers and infections. I'M GONNA GUESS DIABETES. And so she ignored that he nord that apparently ignoring that diabetes and and or any other health disorder that negatively impacts your immune system but she would increase risk of severe complications from Cova nineteen including death. He firmly believed that God is larger than the dreaded virus the virus that killed him.